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Thailand event round-up: August 2018

Aug 2018

The racing season shows no signs of slowing down with every weekend during the month packed with running races, triathlons and mountain bike championships. We kick off the month on 5 August with Bangkok Airways Phuket Half Marathon 2018 and CIMB Thai Triathlon for Asean Day 2018, also on 5 August.

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City escape – Bridge on the River Kwai

Jul 2018

The train to the 'Bridge on the River Kwai’ in Kanchanaburi Province provides an ideal respite from bustling Bangkok.

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Thailand event round-up: July 2018

Jul 2018

If there was ever a time to test your fitness and endurance, July is it! If you were so inclined, you could spend every weekend of the month testing your cardiovascular health by participating in races such as mini marathons and trail running to triathlons and – wait for it – a 200km run in the north of the country.

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City beat – Chiang Rai

Jun 2018

High in the Golden Triangle, Chiang Rai now is famed as a gateway to exploring the traditional delights of Thailand’s farthest northern borders.

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City escape – Magical, mysterious Khao Sok National Park

May 2018

Khao Sok gets rain nine or ten months of the year. Dense moist rainforest clings to the impressive slopes of surreal ridges of limestone karst cliffs – the same astonishing formations that have made Phang Nga Bay world-famous.

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City beat – Bangkok

Apr 2018

Although constantly evolving and changing, it has a fascinating traditional core that remains unchanged. Filled with contrasts and contradictions, it provides an endless and fascinating mirror on the world in which we live. Give the City of Angels a chance and, in a day, it will teach you more about the world than months of scholarly study.

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Songkran in Phuket

Mar 2018

Forget about getting anywhere on these days without getting soaked, especially if you’re on a motorbike. And no one’s immune to a drenching, not even officials on duty. There really is no way of avoiding a soaking, unless you stay in your hotel.

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Unlocking the Secrets of Sukhothai

Feb 2018

Thailand’s first capital flourished between the mid-13th and late 14th centuries and the ruins, many of which have been lovingly restored, provide a fascinating glimpse of a glorious period in Thailand’s history.

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City beat – Chiang Mai

Jan 2018

Although no longer a sleepy village, Chiang Mai has managed to retain the magical charm that originally lured tourists to the north of Thailand. Now a bustling city of 250,000 people, Chiang Mai’s historical wats and ancient walls have been joined by cosmopolitan restaurants, sumptuous spas, a lively nightlife...

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5 reasons to host your next Corporate Event in Thailand

Nov 2017

The various attractive locations within Thailand is what makes it a sought after destination. There is something for everyone - beach lovers have options of Krabi, Phuket, Hua Hin, Pattaya and many more.

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